39th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 39th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between October 1, 1928 to July 13, 1933.

Gordon Sidney Harrington became premier in 1930 after E. N. Rhodes entered the federal cabinet.

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39th General Assembly Of Nova Scotia - Former Members of The 39th General Assembly
... Name Party Electoral District Cause of departure Succeeded by Elected Edward Joseph Cragg Liberal Halifax County resigned to run federally n/a John James Kinley Liberal Lunenburg County resigned to run federally n/a Edward C ... Doyle Liberal Richmond County Cape Breton West resigned to run federally seat abolished Daniel Alexander Cameron Liberal Victoria County resigned to run federally seat abolished John Francis Mahoney Conservative Halifax County death George H ...

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